The ability to make mobile payments straight from your mobile device such as unlocked Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate, iphone 4 is something that we have seen a lot of companies playing with over the course of the last few months. With Google launching their latest Google Wallet application that will allow for users to make mobile payments by utilizing a number of different credit card processing companies, it now appears that Verizon is going to be integrating mobile payments along with American Express and other daily usage. The agreement that was put in place today will allow for wireless customers to make mobile payments straight from their mobile devices by utilizing their Serve account, which is the equivalent of PayPal which was opened by American Express a short time ago. It is clear that mobile devices are heading in the way of mobile payments, and agreements like this are going to be a part of making a mainstream technology in the future.
This is probably going to be one of many agreements that we see from companies in the very near future. As we inch closer toward a mainstream system for mobile payments, it is clear that companies like Verizon are looking to better and more easily put together a system that allows for them to open a mobile payment to as many of their users as possible.
The Serve system that American Express released earlier in the year is supposed to rival PayPal and open up mobile payments of more users through the American Express platforms. It will be interesting to see if they are able to will popularize the mobile payment platform through aggressive expansion moving forward. Putting an appropriate amount of time and effort into learning how to make mobile payments will definitely benefit users moving into the future, as it is clear that the mobile industry is heading toward mobile payments.
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